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Indigenous educators and artists Robert Durocher, Dr. Jenny Kay Dupuis and Lindsay “Eekwol” Knight engaged in an important discussion about Residential Schools yesterday.
The team behind Impostor Cities, Canada’s official entry for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, reveals cinema’s love affair with our buildings.
The AGO is hosting a free digital screening of the powerful short film It Can Be Anything, which features a young artist's inspiring journey.
For the first AGO X RBC Emerging Artists Workshop, Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist Esmaa Mohamoud spoke with AGO Curator Wanda Nanibush about how her artistic practice has evolved.
In the latest AGO Hot Takes, trans representation takes centre stage via the insights of drag performer Pearl Teese and comedian Dylan McKeever.
Artist Michèle Pearson Clarke, City of Toronto Photo Laureate, is making her curatorial debut with the group exhibition We Buy Gold at Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
In November 2019, AGO Live celebrated legendary choreographer Merce Cunningham with a night of performances in Walker Court. In case you missed it, check out the recording, and our Q&A with co-presenters, Fall for Dance North.
Ahead of her upcoming AGO Art in the Spotlight conversation, Canadian-Dutch painter Dana Slijboom talks about her passion for painting familiar animals in unique ways.